Abrar Ahmed has used vibrant colours in the narrative form of abstractionism
. The layered space surrounding the subject is balanced with symbols of rhythm to produce a myriad of classic and folk art designs.
They belong not only to different genres, but are executed in different manners of the letter and represent, at times, polar artistic trends, such as objective realism and geometric abstractionism
, dramatic expressionism and sentimental romanticism.
"A 12-year-old is a child!" Jojo Lofranco retains his trademark abstractionism
, depicting movements and forms on his Mah Jong sofa.
The New York artists rejected all such strictures, and soon--in their politics as well as in their work --defended abstractionism
. But abstractionism
, too, could become dogma.
The themes include 'Memory', 'Constructivism', 'Material', 'Contemplation', 'Abstractionism
', 'City', 'Result', 'Self', 'Perception' and 'Viewpoint'.
The exhibition's main narrative falls on "reflection and inspiration" where two artists are matched in one section under a specific theme, which describes their work: self, memory, constructivism, material, contemplation, abstractionism
, city, result, perception, and viewpoint.
With a penchant for realism and abstractionism
, Piano's paintings often portray beauty of humanity, with a signature stroke where softness and loudness are both in harmony, as well as a 'jolly' vibe seen in his striking and evocative paintings in pastel colors.
Rudolf ray (1891-1984) was not just a figure in the formative milieu of abstractionism
in the artists' circles of Vienna in the 1920s but also someone who was immersed, all his life, in a deep spiritual practice that drew on Buddhist and Upanishadic readings.
Ver is one of the Philippines' flag-bearers in contemporary abstractionism
, building cityscapes into works that take audience to a metropolis of colors and playful lines.
A similar kind of abstractionism
, although with a different assumed normativity, is found in supposed liberals like John Rawls.
The issue became personal in 1957, when his works were rejected from the Western Michigan Art Exhibition, leading Weidenaar to become convinced that the show was biased toward abstractionism
. That same year, he helped establish the Grand Valley Artists Group, a collection of artists who wanted to ensure that art remained realistic and understandable.